Internal Affairs Law report help

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. You have been asked by your lieutenant to write a report using his notes on a case.

. As you are writing the report, you opened the other folders in the packet and noticed that some information was left out—information that could implicate another officer in the field. The officer in the field is your lieutenant's brother, who is a major in the city's police department. You start to think that there may be a cover-up going on.


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Should you do exactly what was asked of you, or should you approach the lieutenant's supervisor?

•What are the implications of writing the report as asked?

•What are the implications of approaching your lieutenant's supervisor?

•What are the implications of the actions or nonactions in this situation that can impact your job status, other parties involved, and the community?

•Incorporate theoretical concepts to associate this scenario with morality, ethics, and specific behaviors that influence the consequences (good or bad) associated with moral and immoral behaviors.



Jan 12th, 2016

the best thing is to seek clarification from your lietenant ,this is because if you suspected a cover up going on ,the notes on the case may not be accurate.this can land you in a lot of trouble if there comes asituation were an investigation is  done and the out come is not inline with the report that you wrote.

refferences.

More, H. W., & Unsinger, P. C. (1992). Managerial control of the police: Internal affairs and audits. Springfield, Ill., U.S.A: C.C. Thomas.

Verry, R. A. (2011). Mechanics of a police internal affairs investigation. Flushing, NY: Looseleaf Law Publications.

Reiter, L. (2013). Broken badges: Cases from police internal affairs files. Marietta, Ga: Deeds Publishing.

Jan 12th, 2016

the best thing is to seek clarification from your lietenant ,this is because if you suspected a cover up going on ,the notes on the case may not be accurate.this can land you in a lot of trouble if there comes asituation were an investigation is  done and the out come is not inline with the report that you wrote.

refferences.

More, H. W., & Unsinger, P. C. (1992). Managerial control of the police: Internal affairs and audits. Springfield, Ill., U.S.A: C.C. Thomas.

Verry, R. A. (2011). Mechanics of a police internal affairs investigation. Flushing, NY: Looseleaf Law Publications.

Reiter, L. (2013). Broken badges: Cases from police internal affairs files. Marietta, Ga: Deeds Publishing.

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